Airline Executives Federal Regulation: Case Studies in American Enterprise from

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This book is a collection of eight case studies of relationships between airline executives and federal regulatory agencies from the passage of the Air Commerce Act in 1926 to the Airline Deregulation Act of 1978. By focusing on the lives and personalities of individual entrepreneurs, W. David Lewis and his contributors hope to explore the interaction between technology, government regulation, and entrepreneurship. Each essay in the book focuses on a particular airline executive, such as Eddie Rickenbacker, Robert Six, and ...

Airline Executives Federal Regulation: Case Studies in American Enterprise from 2000, Ohio State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780814208335

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